Whilst unbridgeable differences regarding the Ban Treaty exist, the urgent need to prevent the unacceptable humanitarian consequences of the use of nuclear weapons and risks this weaponry entails must be of shared concern, argues Ambassador Alexander Kmentt
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Sahil Shah argues that future is yet to be written for the Korean Peninsula and a positive outcome depends on the successful negotiation and implementation of tangible assurances and strong verification of disarmament pledges. Key to the “denuclearization” agenda is North Korea having a relationship with international organizations such as the CTBTO and IAEA.
Alexandra Bell, Senior Policy Director at the Center for Arms Control & Non-Proliferation, looks at how a hypothetical Hillary Clinton Administration would have oriented its Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) – and how it would differ from the Trump NPR.
Jenny Nielsen argues that polarized views on the role and value of nuclear weapons won’t help towards reducing the risk of their use and a secure world free of nuclear weapons.
Nuclear Weapons and Non-Proliferation in Asia: importance of China-U.S. agreement on CTBT ratification
The Honourable Kevin Rudd argues that the ratification of the CTBT is a key step towards reducing the strategic trust deficit currently affecting multilateral disarmament.
Ambassador Zukang defends the position that both China and the U.S. will benefit from the moral and systemic effect brought about by the entry into force of the CTBT.